Add custom artwork, or just a to-do list, to your kitchen by including a chalkboard backsplash. This kitchen even features the chalkboard behind open shelving, perfect for labeling where all the dishes go.
Chalkboards can hang over the mantel or, in this case, stand in for it entirely! This clever faux mantel wall hanging from designer Brian Patrick Flynn is a smart solution for apartment dwellers or renters.
Though no longer the crafting new kid on the block, chalkboard paint remains popular, especially when used in a clever way, like this chalkboard gift tag which is painted directly onto the Kraft paper wrap. Thanks to Kraft paper's thickness, you can paint it and the wrinkles will flatten out as the paint dries.
Painting particle board with chalkboard paint creates a budget-friendly and practical kitchen backsplash. Write your to-do list, recipe ingredients and calendar events in the one spot in your home where everyone is sure to see it.
Herringbone floors are another flawless detail in this beautiful mudroom. Complete with a chalkboard wall, built-in storage and a comfy spot to take off your shoes, this space is brimming with custom features.
The inside of this bathroom door is finished with chalkboard paint, creating a rustic message board in this small bathroom. A freestanding tub, pedestal sink and oval mirror complete the cozy cottage feel of the space.
As a result of flood damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, Anthony Carrino and John Colaneri from HGTV's Cousins On Call, rebuilt the Miller family's kitchen. When Megan's family told the cousins that she likes to leave notes for her husband on the refrigerator, they decided to give them a refrigerator with chalkboard paint.
Designer Susan Fredman chose budget-friendly chalkboard paint to create an easily changeable backsplash in this family-friendly modern kitchen. The functional and stylish backsplash adds character to the gray and metallic space.
Search the gift wrap, school supply or arts and crafts section for chalkboard paper, card stock or ID tags. To outfit them as napkin rings, cut them into 3-inch wide by 3-inch long strips, then make 1-inch slits with scissors. Wrap the chalkboard paper around the napkin, then secure it in place by tying ribbon through the slit.